Bath Salt – Pina Colada

Bath Salt – Pina Colada

Learn to make a pina colada flavored bath salt in this simple recipe.

What you need

1 cup Epsom salts
4-5 drops food coloring
1 tbs of coconut oil
5 drops of pineapple fragrant oil
5 drops of coconut fragrant oil


Just add all the ingredients together and mix well.

Make sure the food color, blends in to the salt or it wont look very inviting.

You can do this by tossing the salt over and over again.

Add dried rose petals, or lavender sprigs for a natural presentation.

Add your bath salts to a decorative jar and place a small wooden spoon inside for a great inexpensive gift.

For a frugal alternative to Epsom salts you can use a fine grade pool rock salt.

Epsom salts and Magnesium salts are not quite the same things. Epsom salts are Magnesium Sulphate and Magnesium flakes/salts are Magnesium Chloride. So what does that mean for you?

Epsom salt is harder to absorb into the body than a straight magnesium flake. But either is going to do wonders for your body and once you use either of them, you never go back! Either of them are great for the body and mind. They help relax muscles and relieve pain in the body and can promote sleep while also helping to stabilize your mood and relieve stress, anxiety, and depression. Something we all need help with!

Looking for more magnesium and Epsom salt recipes? Check out these DIY recipes:

Epsom salt lotion

Epsom salt lip balm

Epsom salt facial 


  1. this sounds amazing! i am so getting an A on my science project on hygiene!

  2. u have so many great ideas that i cant choose which one i want.
    i am homeschooled and i love ur projects!

  3. MissWorld says

    sounds yummy!

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